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Read the June E-news

This issue features a look back at the successes from this past school year and a shameless plug for our School Garden Summer Institute–you don’t...

Register for the School Garden Summer Institute

Join us for Summer School! In our two years of working with school gardens, we’ve realized that aside from having a school garden space, the...

Read the May E-news

This issue features tips for the May garden, as well as lesson plans for Harvest Math, suitable for K-5, AND a book review of The Turnip....

Massaged Kale Salad

Instead of hiding your kale in a smoothie (a trick we love) try highlighting this superfood with a simple massaged kale salad. Massaging the thick...

Read the April E-news

This issue features tips for the April garden, as well as a problem-based lesson plan for 5th grade AND book review of Compost Stew.    ...

Kohlrabi Apple Slaw

Kohlrabi is one of the more unusual members of the cabbage family, it can be eaten raw or roasted. Kohlrabi is an excellent source of...

Read the March E-news

This issue features a teacher-created lesson on measurement, tips for the March garden, as well as a lesson plan AND book review of First Peas to...

Minty Peas

This fresh pea side dish is full of strong flavors that pair well with a host of entrees. You’ll be delighted when the kids pipe...

Student-led garden initiative

Last week, Amy and I traveled to Meadowview Magnet Middle School in Mt. Airy to work with a group of students who are planning a...

Read the February E-News

This issue features YOUR questions answered, the Life Cycles in the Garden lesson plan (suitable for 2nd grade), and a book review of O Say Can...